The 18,000-square-foot eatery, which celebrated its grand opening just last week, spans two floors of a landmark structure (a whopping 85-years-old!) with an elaborate facade. Interior designer Bertrand Genoist was brought on to instill the history of the SoCal landmark with a typical Parisian dining experience. So, in addition to bar and patio seating, the restaurant has a full boulangerie patisserie that offers fabulous French goodies, including macaroons, baguettes, and quiches — definitely delicious, but not exactly helpful for that New Year’s resolution to get fit! And yes, you can expect a bit of déjà vu with a menu similar to the original location. Steak frites and crêpes, anyone?
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